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The Glenwood Springs cheer squad is sponsoring its annual cheerleader mini clinic from 9:30 a.m. to noon Friday, Oct. 19, at the Glenwood Springs High School gymnasium. Registration will be held from 9-9:30 a.m.All girls will be given the chance to stunt with the squad members and perform at halftime during the Glenwood football game versus Steamboat.

Russets Restaurant, 225 Main Street in Carbondale, will hold a Passionately Pink for the Cure party from 5-7 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 23. A minimal donation at the door will be generously matched by Russets. Pink martini specials will be available. People who make a donations will have a chance to test their trivia skills in the Know Your Pink! quiz. Correct answers will be entered into a drawing for three prize baskets filled with pink stuff and a Russets gift card. Pink attire is strongly encouraged.Passionately Pink for the Cure is a national fundraising and education program, which makes it easy for anyone to play a part in ending breast cancer. Simply change into your pink clothes for one day in October and change the world. To register to hold an individual or group Passionately Pink for the Cure 2007 event anytime in October, call Komen Aspen at 920-0250.

Renovations are well underway at the Hot Springs Athletic Club. To accommodate the installation of safety walls, the facility will be closed to the public on Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 22 and 23. All fitness classes will be cancelled those two days. Club members who wish to access the pool can show their membership card at general admissions. Massage appointments are still available daily in a new therapy room at the Hot Springs Lodge. Access to the Hot Springs Athletic Club will resume on Wednesday, Oct. 24. Please watch your e-mail for regular construction updates.

The New Castle Historical Society will meet at 1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 22, at the Dawson residence on 245 Road. Call 984-2136 for information.

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